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Category Archives: Plastic Surgery

Growing Demand for Butt Enhancement

According to some plastic surgeons, more patients are requesting buttock lifts and buttock augmentations. Buttock lifts increased 38 percent in 2011 compared to 2010, and buttock implant procedures increased 43 percent in 2011 compared to 2010, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. The buttocks and lower body is important to our overall body […]

Plastic Surgery Not Just for the Stars

With the passing of comedienne Phyllis Diller last month, stories are widespread of her brazen humor, her courage and her self-confidence. Among the praises of Diller is mention of the fact that she never shied away from speaking openly about her facelifts and other plastic surgery procedures she had. Ms. Diller wanted to look a […]

Dallas among Top Ten Appearance-Conscious US Cities

Using data from a few different sources, Men’s Health magazine created a list of “The Most Vain Cities in America.” A major factor in the development of their list was plastic surgery. Specifically, numbers of plastic surgeons and rates at which residents receive plastic surgery. Although Men’s Health has dubbed certain cities “the vainest,” the […]

Beach Body Plastic Surgery

July is National Bikini Month. Considering plastic surgery before your beach vacation? Here are some common cosmetic procedures to rejuvenate your curves: Breast augmentation: Creating an appealing overall breast appearance, breast augmentation increases breast volume and restores a pleasant breast shape. Tummy tuck: Popular among men and women alike, a tummy tuck can eliminate the […]

Plastic Surgery may Improve Psychological Wellness

A new study suggests common plastic surgery procedures, including tummy tuck and liposuction, change more than your physical self. Presented at a meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the study looked at the effect plastic surgery had upon the lives of 105 patients of various ages. After plastic surgery, the majority of […]

Photo Exhibition Depicts the Evolving Concept of Beauty Created by Plastic Surgery

A new exhibit from photographer Phillip Toledano is a series of images of people who have undergone plastic surgery. These men and women have undergone combinations of different facial rejuvenation procedures, as well as breast augmentation and pec implants. The results of the procedure can be described as “extreme.” The results are obviously not supposed […]

Breast Augmentation, Facelift, and Liposuction among Top 5 Procedures of 2011

According to a report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the top five cosmetic surgery procedures in 2011 were: Breast augmentation Rhinoplasty Liposuction Eyelid surgery Facelift Facelifts had the greatest increase with a five percent rise from 2010. According to the information from the ASPS 2011 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report, significantly more people […]

Plastic Surgery, Patient Savvy, and Social Media

More people are learning about plastic surgery procedures online, according to a study from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The study had several findings, including: 42 percent of patients learned most of the information they knew about plastic surgery from social media, an increase from only 29 percent of patients in […]

Labiaplasty has High Rates of Patient Satisfaction

According to one survey, labiaplasty – a cosmetic procedure improving the appearance of elongated or large inner vulva lips – has high rates of patient satisfaction. The survey was distributed to plastic surgeons who are members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. The study was designed to look at things like the effectiveness of […]

The Rise in Non-Specialist Plastic Surgery

A recent New York Times article titled “Ear Doctors Performing Face-Lifts? It happens,” addresses the increasing number of doctors providing plastic surgery procedures to their patients, regardless of the fact that the doctors are not specialists in plastic surgery. Because elective cosmetic procedures are not covered by insurance, doctors can conveniently charge their patients an […]